Tour a royal garden at Highgrove Gardens, surrounding the family residence of the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall. The lush establishment maintained by the prince since 1980 features a number of scented plants including honeysuckle, holboellia, and thyme. The wildflower meadow pays particular attention to native endangered species such as ragged robin, meadow crane's bill, and ox-eye daisies. A guide will tell you all about Prince Charles's gardening style. Book in advance and bring some ID with you, but leave your camera behind. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Highgrove Gardens and many more Tetbury attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Tetbury trip planner.
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I received two “Champagne” tickets for my birthday in March 3030. Covid and lockdowns & restrictions till 2022. I tried to book in only to be informed I could have, in theory, visitors sometime in.... more
I received two “Champagne” tickets for my birthday in March 3030. Covid and lockdowns & restrictions till 2022. I tried to book in only to be informed I could have, in theory, visitors sometime in.... more »
Understandably tight security and very limited opportunities to take photos. Our coach party group of 26 was taken around by Matt, who gave a most informative and entertaining tour. The Orchard Tea...
Understandably tight security and very limited opportunities to take photos. Our coach party group of 26 was taken around by Matt, who gave a most informative and entertaining tour. The Orchard Tea... more »
Did the Garden Tour, led by Fiona: fantastic! The staff all around were lovely and made the visit so good: from the police officers and guards at the entrance, to the shops and tea room...100% great customer service. You park, meet in Orchard House and the tour starts there. The gardens are outstanding, photography is not allowed. But if you enjoy gardening, is 100% recommended. I visited mid-May, and all the rhododendron are in flower, which are spectacular. Was told the delphiniums will be full on in June. In Feb they open to see the bulbs in the arboretum. After the lovely walk, made even more interesting by our guide, sharing tips and anecdotes, you can visit the shop (super reasonably priced) and the tea rooms. Definitely worth visiting at the change of seasons as there is something all the time. And all the proceeds go to the Prince's Trust. Bravo.
Wonderful and informative tour of a very well thought out, planned and maintained garden. HRH Prince of Wales respects nature and this really shows in the relationships around the garden. Quite pricey but very special and profits go to Princes Trust Foundation. We were lucky to book onto a very quiet tour which made it all the more personal.
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